Check out all this video so you can quickly understand where the various 2020 presidential candidates stand on cannabis legislation and reform.
Matthew Gaetz believes his Democratic colleagues have good ideas around cannabis reform, but they’re too distracted by investigations and allegations around if Trump did not obstruct justice and collude with Russia.
Will decriminalization and medical marijuana come to the Lone Star state, or will Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick block its passage?
Out of all the Democratic candidates that have put their hats in the ring, the one that has the best chance at earning it, former Vice President Joe Biden, might be a little backwards when it comes to marijuana reform.
The Democratic Party has changed dramatically, particularly on issues involving criminal justice and drug policy. It is on these issues that Mr. Biden’s strengths have become his weaknesses.
During a CNN town hall for presidential candidates, Elizabeth Warren doubled down on her support for marijuana legalization, citing racial disparities in existing cannabis laws as a major impetus for her support.
Legal experts say it is likely that more immigrants connected to the cannabis industry have encountered this problem, but they do not have the resources for an appeal.
In the first round of voting for the Ukrainian presidency, comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy, who played a president in a popular Ukrainian TV series, garnered the biggest share of votes
Attorney General William Barr told Congress this week he supports the STATES Act and believes the federal government should just get out of the way if states should continue legalizing cannabis.
Rep. Earl Blumenauer said that supporting marijuana prohibition and demonizing users is an inevitably losing strategy in the political sector moving forward.